When the Christmas holiday is close we all bring out the Christmas candy dishes. We put them on the coffee table in the living room just out of direct reach but still close enough to grab some Christmas candies while watching a favorite Christmas movie. So what is Arkansas' favorite Christmas candy? What about Texas and Oklahoma?
It's the most wonderful time of the year and the most decorated time of the year too! Show us your Christmas Spirit and enter the Light Up Texarka contest. You could win some big bucks, as in dollars not deer. But time is running out.
It's always such a nice dreamy idea to have a real White Christmas with beautiful fresh snow on the ground. As we get closer to Christmas I can't help but wonder if we might see a white Christmas and what does the Farmers Almanac say?
It happens, On Christmas Day you might find yourself in a pickle because you forgot a food item for dinner or you don't have enough milk or maybe you forgot that last-minute gift or batteries for the toys. Fortunately, there will be a few stores open on Christmas Day.
When we say remember the reason for the season this event is all about that. Make plans to go to the 7th Annual Drive-Thru Live Nativity in Texarkana presented by The First Assembly of God in Texarkana. This has become a Texarkana Christmas tradition and it's free. With over 100 people in costume and participating as they bring the story of Jesus' birth alive.